A former Littlehey Prison worker is to appear at an employment tribunal today (Thursday) to challenge a ruling over his right to read Bible passages to fellow inmates.
Hinchingbrooke Hospital’s midwifery-led birthing unit has been nominated for a prestigious national award.
Staff and pupils at Longsands Academy in St Neots have paid tribute to teacher Dr Sarah Miller who died during the Easter break.
Plans to open a new secondary school in St Neots have been approved by the Department for Education (DfE), and the new facility is set to welcome its first pupils in September, 2018.
Comedian Jeremy Hardy will bring his stand-up show to St Ives next week and there’s still time to buy tickets.
A memorial service is being organised in Huntingdon to mark the 40th anniversary of a plane crash that claimed the lives of five people.
The county’s NHS commissioning group is urging hay fever sufferers to buy treatment rather than expecting to obtain it on prescription.
The Jesterlarf Comedy Club returns for a show at the Burgess Hall in St Ives on April 21 for another evening of side splitting stand-up comedy.
A St Ives-based accountancy firm has welcomed three new members of staff as it continues to expand.
A St Neots man who decided to put the time spent on his daily commute to good use has just had his first book published.
A St Neots couple have opened a new micropub and bottle shop in the town in an effort to bring back an old-fashioned drinking experience.
Three dancers from Huntingdonshire are currently in rehearsals for a professional production of the Nutcracker Suite and Ballet Etudes.
Harsh economic times and lack of free parking have been blamed for the imminent closure of the Fishers hardware store in St Neots.
Civic dignitaries were joined by members of military associations for a flag raising ceremony in St Neots on Monday.
Residents and staff at The Hillings care home in St Neots enjoyed the company of some unusual visitors last week, including a snake and a tarantula.
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This photograph was sent to us by Thomas Gilby and shows airmen outside an old hangar at RAF Wyton in March 1952.
East of England MEP Alex Mayer cut the ribbon to officially open a new animal charity shop on March 10 at Wood Green The Animals Charity, in Godmanchester.
Former England cricketer Matthew Hoggard attended a sportsman’s dinner in St Neots which raised thousands of pounds for charity.
A new retirement living development in Huntingdon has been named in honour of the first aviator to receive the Victoria Cross.
Following on from the success of the first St Neots Film Festival in 2016, organisers are calling for submissions of short films for this year’s event.
A project to build a miniature railway track at the Riverside Park in St Neots has been shortlisted to receive grant funding.
Cambridgeshire MEP Alex Mayer has accused chancellor Philip Hammond of “burying his head in the sand” following yesterday’s budget statement.
Members of the St Neots Timebank have teamed up with students from Longsands Academy to organise an international taster event.
Scott Matthews will perform at the Portland Arms in Cambridge on March 9 to help promote his new album Home Part 2.
A sparkling new production of The Wedding Singer opens on March 28 at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
The Budgens store in St Neots will close on Thursday (March 9) after an annoucement today that its operating company has gone into administration.
Nominations announced for the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) annual pub awards ahead of the Booze on the Ouse beer festival next week
A new village shop will be opening in Great Paxton this summer, thanks to a two-year fundraising campaign.
Women from across Huntingdonshire will take their concerns about pension reform to the heart of government next week.